Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that’s when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use all seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that's when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.

Now having frozen vegetables around gives us the freedom to make this anytime throughout the year. But nothing can beat the fresh peas taste. You can check peas and carrot recipes like peas paratha, carrot with spring onion, gajar ka halwa, gajar raita.

I created this north Indian mini thali for BM theme when we had husband’s colleague visit.  This was easy to make, it includes

Dal Palak
Coconut Laddu
Gajar Matar Sabji
Roti, Rice, Dil leaves raita, Salad. This will go very well as a side dish with roti and rice.Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use all seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that's when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.

This gajar matar ki sabji is very simple to cook. Saute chopped carrot and peas with cumin seed, ginger paste with spices like garam masala (kitchen king), red chili powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder. Garnishing with chopped green coriander before serving.

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So let see how to make this finger-licking gajar matar ki sabji or gajar matar sabji.Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use all seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that's when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.

Gajar Matar Sabji | Carrot Peas Curry

Ingredient                                                                         4-5 Serving

3 Cup carrots cut in slices or small pieces
1 Cup peas (if fresh is not available then use frozen, thaw before measuring)
1 Cup potato cut into small pieces
2 Small green chilies chopped (optional)
1 Medium size tomato chopped finely
1/2 Cup onion chopped finely
1 Tsp cumin seed
1″ Ginger freshly grated
1/4 Tsp turmeric powder
1 Tsp kitchen king (garam masala)
1 Tsp dry coriander powder
1/2 Tsp red chili powder
Salt as per taste
2 Tblsp oil for cooking
1/2 cup water
A handful of green chopped coriander

Method

  1. First heat a heavy bottom kadhai on medium flame. Add oil.
  2. Once the oil is hot enough, add cumin seeds and let them crackle.
  3. Now add chopped onion, green chili, and grated ginger. Cook it until onions are light brown in color.
  4. To this add chopped tomato. Cook for another 2 minutes.Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use all seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that's when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.
  5. After 2 minutes tomato will become soft and mushy. Add cut carrots and potato in the kadhai, mix well. Cover the lids and cook for 4-5 minutes on medium-low flame. Stir in between.
  6. After 5 minutes add peas, kitchen king powder, coriander powder, red chili powder, turmeric powder, and salt. Mix well and add 1/2 cup of water. Cover the lid and cook for another 5 minutes on low flame.Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use all seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that's when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.
  7. Garnish with chopped green coriander and serve hot with roti or paratha. Gajar matar ki sabji or gajar matar sabji is ready to enjoy.

Note

  1. You can skip onion for no onion version.
  2. I added a potato for my kids, you can skip if you want to keep only carrot and peas.

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Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use all seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that's when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.
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Gajar Matar Sabji | Indian Carrot And Peas Curry Recipe | How To Make Gajar Matar Ki Sabji

Gajar Matar sabji is a dry mix of carrots and peas sauteed in oil with spices. A very simple dish to use seasonal veggies and create a flavorful dish. This gajar matar ki sabji is cooked mostly in winters because that’s when fresh carrots and peas are available in the market.

Course Side Dish
Cuisine Indian
Keyword dry carrot and peas curry, gajar matar ki sabji, gajar matar sabji
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • 3 Cup carrots cut in slices or small pieces
  • 1 Cup peas (if fresh is not available then use frozen, thaw before measuring)
  • 1 Cup potato cut into small pieces
  • 2 Small green chilies chopped (optional)
  • 1 Medium size tomato chopped finely
  • 1/2 Cup onion chopped finely
  • 1 Tsp cumin seed
  • 1″ Ginger freshly grated
  • 1/4 Tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 Tsp kitchen king (garam masala)
  • 1 Tsp dry coriander powder
  • 1/2 Tsp red chili powder
  • Salt as per taste
  • 2 Tblsp oil for cooking
  • 1/2 cup water
  • A handful of green chopped coriander

Instructions

  1. First heat a heavy bottom kadhai on medium flame. Add oil.

  2. Once the oil is hot enough, add cumin seeds and let them crackle.

  3. Now add chopped onion, green chili, and grated ginger. Cook it until onions are light brown in color.

  4. To this add chopped tomato. Cook for another 2 minutes.

  5. After 2 minutes tomato will become soft and mushy. Add cut carrots and potato in the kadhai, mix well. Cover the lids and cook for 4-5 minutes on medium-low flame. Stir in between.

  6. After 5 minutes add peas, kitchen king powder, coriander powder, red chili powder, turmeric powder, and salt. Mix well and add 1/2 cup of water. Cover the lid and cook for another 5 minutes on low flame.

  7. Garnish with chopped green coriander and serve hot with roti or paratha. Gajar matar ki sabji or gajar matar sabji is ready to enjoy.

Recipe Notes

  1. You can skip onion for no onion version.
  2. I added a potato for my kids, you can skip if you want to keep only carrot and peas.

This is my entry for “Breakfast staple with different grain event” in BM 91 week3 day 1.

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21 thoughts on “Gajar Matar Sabji | Indian Carrot And Peas Curry Recipe | How To Make Gajar Matar Ki Sabji”

  1. Wonderful thali Bhawana. The curry looks really yum and as you said, nothing can beat the taste of fresh peas.

  2. Very healthy Sabji. I usually make these for lunch and sometimes like a dry stir fry. With roti and rice, it would be a complete meal. Nice pictures. I loved your thali and the guests would have enjoyed really well.

  3. Lovely platter….the sabzi looks so colorful and delish; one of my favorite winter veggies. Would love to have it along with some boondi raita and ajwain parathas.

  4. This is my favourite vegetables combo for all times – carrots, peas and potatoes! Goes so well with both roti and rice. I love how your cooked vegetables have retained such lovely colour. 😊

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